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tomorrow at the funeral for go go legend chuck brown. mayor gray says flags to half s bruce johnson reports plans are in the works to make this funeral unlike any the city's ever seen before. ♪ >> reporter: which i have cliff jones of --ly jones of soul world entertainment. he's preparing to salute go go legend chuck brown tomorrow. ♪ >> i've managed and developed groups such as raheem divine; puffy. >> reporter: more than 10,000 people stood in line for the viewing yesterday at the howard theater. and one government source today predicted up to 15,000 could turn out for chuck brown's funeral at the convention center. >> you had louis armstrong, he transcends jazz. you have bob marley who develops a genre and transcends that. now you have chuck brown who develops is genera and transcends that. >> reporter: wayne bruce is music director for tomorrow, paying homage to chuck brown will be a host of local stars like sugar bear, donny simpson. the chuck brown bands will also perform. >> his depth should change some lives, should change some people's mindsets when it comes totemsic business.
, 2012. and that was our crowd bouncing to the beat of bobby brown, singing an amazing concert right here on our plaza. we've got one more song so you want to stick around for that. good morning, everyone, i'm savannah guthrie alongside peter alexander. matt and al and natalie are enjoying the morning off. but they are missing this really good concert. >> i kind of wanted to see al roker's dance moves today. >> i like how earlier i said this brings me back to college. it was the sixth grade for me. >> i was thinking earlier. >> anyway, just ahead, is the beebes in some kind of drawl? he got into some kind of scuffle and now police want to investigate him and get to the bottom of this incident. >> of course the paparazzi there to shoot every moment of it. also, whether you're hitting the road and getting off for your summer vacation we'll show you the best websites and apps that make it easy to plan that sort of fun trip. find routes and adventures and save some money along the way as you plan out future trips this summer. then we're going to introduce you to a guy who is putting the rest
.c. legend chuck brown. >> the "godfather of go-go" died a couple weeks ago after battling pneumonia. john gonzalez is live at the convention center with more. >> d.c. will come together one last time for chuck brown. this will be a funeral like no other. chuck brown's funeral this afternoon will include a well- planned program and a spontaneous program at times. it will go nearly four hours long at the convention center. a prayer service will include a number of speeches from the mayor to comedian mike epps and there will be music gospel music to a little bit of go-go music. his band will perform a medley of his well-known songs, his greatest hits. if tuesday's public viewing was any indication, there will be thousands and thousands of people here today. howard theatre believes about 12,000 people came to see brown's open casket earlier this week. the 75-year-old passed away about two weeks ago after complications with pneumonia. he was d.c.'s adopted son. the city will show that with a large crowd today. all 14,000 seats in the convention center will be filled this afternoon. the doors w
are expected today for a memorial service to chuck brown. it's a final goodbye to the man behind the d.c. sound of go go music. >> the doors won't open for hours but a big crowd is expected to show up early. delia goncalves is live at the convention center with a preview. good morning, delia. >> reporter: good morning, mike. a huge crowd expected. you can see that crews have already arrived setting up the barricades for the event that is likely to draw thousands of people. the doors open at 10:00 a.m. you can expect a rush of fans heading interest the doors to get that prime spot. we're told the doors will close when the capacity is reached and that's at 14,500 people. music will certainly mark the service with artists like sugar bear taking the stage. about 10,000 fans lined up for tuesday's viewing and so many more are expected for today's funeral services. chuck brown died two weeks ago at the age of 75 after four decades on the music scene. the creative -- brown taught himself guitar after spending time in jail as a young person. he was released and literally reinvented himself with a sound
brown. look forward to that. we're going to begin with that severe weather, including tropical storm beryl. really putting a damper on the holiday plans of millions of americans. the weather channel's mike seidel is in jacksonville beach, florida, this morning. mike, good morning to you. >> and good morning, savannah, from triple digit heat in parts of the midwest to the hottest may weather on record in that part of the country to the second tropical storm of the season, four days before the official start of the hurricane season, millions of americans are enduring some extreme weather this holiday weekend. with maximum sustained winds just below hurricane force, tropical storm beryl made landfall just after midnight near jacksonville, florida, where city officials canceled all outdoor memorial day events. >> everything is going to be shut down. we're really preparing for this tropical storm, and it's all about safety. we want people safe through this storm. >> reporter: from florida to south carolina, the tropical storm has whipped up the surf. creating dangerous rip currents. dozen
large crowd that we have assembled here. not too surprising. fans of course flocked to chuck brown's concerts it see him perform live and now they're flocking to the d.c. convention center to celebrate his life. ♪ ♪ ♪ wintd me up, chicauck. >> reporter: this woman grabbed her spot at the head of the line at 8:00 last night. >> i wanted to make sure i get in and my family came. and chuck is like that. he bring everybody together. ♪ ♪ >> reporter: chuck proun could always pack the house. and his memorial service is no different. thousands of people are expected to attend. the crowd so big that the service is being held in the d.c. convention center. >> i just wanted to be here to feel the atmosphere. to feel the love that chuck brown has gathered throughout the city. >> wonderful. his legacy, his encouragement, his peace, his love, his happiness, everything. his music, phenomenal. wonderful, wonderful energy. >> reporter: brown's rose-covered casket sat the front of the stage. behind it drums, keyboards and microphones. that's because this service will be as much about the
. >>> good morning, everybody. i'm terrell brown. we begin with syria and efforts to end the 15-month assault to forces opposed to bashar al assad. rebel leaders have given the government to observe the u.n. cease-fire plan. the u.s. ambassador to the u.n. says the security council cannot force syria to end the bloodshed. other actions outside the u.n. may be necessary. susan mcginnis in washington with more. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. there's new video out by rebel forces that apparently shows new attacks by the government. now, this all has lawmakers here on capitol hill calling for action on the part of the u.s. smoke rises from rooftops in homs. syrian rebels say this amateur video is proof government troops have no intention of halting attacks on civilians. the shelling follows the new discovery of 13 bodies in eastern syria and the massacre of more than 100 people in houla last week. resident al assad refuses to implement the united nations peace plan and blames the violence on terrorists. u.n. monitors say forces loyal to the government are responsible. >> we think
and friends say goodbye to chuck brown. >>> a memorial service is held at the washington convention center where we find melanie alnwick live this morning. good morning mel. >> reporter: good morning allison. well, you know chuck brown's musical performances were legendary and the send off to him as been nothing less. already several hundred people lined up here at the washington convention center, trying to get in and get a seat for today's musical tribute, and memorial service and it is going to be quite a block party. out here in front of the washington convention center, shouting autoa familiar refrain of wind me up chuck. as they get ready for a final goodbye to chuck brown. he created a style, washingtonians were proud to call their own. one contemporary musicians have incorporated into their own sound. he was a guy who would arrange his performance schedule around his family, a street kid who ran into a little bit of trouble early on but worked hard to make his dreams come true the outpouring of love and appreciation goes on and on just like chuck brown's music. >> i want to be a pa
rain today. back to you guys at the desk. >> thank you. >>> chuck brown's public memorial service is being held today at the washington convention center from noon until 4:00 p.m. the city is urging the public to take metrorail or bus. doors will open for this at 10:00 a.m. and attendance will be capped at 14,500 people. >> if you are not one of the thousands of people going to the memorial service, can you watch it streaming live on myfoxdc.com. we'll begin our coverage when the service begins at noon today. >>> the suspect accused of shooting five people in seattle is now dead. police say the man killed four people in a cafe yesterday morning. shortly after that, they believe the same man killed a woman in an apparent carjacking. police say the man put a gun to his head and pulled the trigger as they approached him. >>> a popular street in d.c. is getting ready to get a major makeover. >> i project will rip up sidewalks and other parts of the area. the idea is to make it better. but as wisdom martin flanes, -- plains, it will be a mess once the work starts. >> reporter: construc
morning, everybody. so good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. you know, it's not the final frontier, but it's certainly a new era in space flight. it launched off this morning. the unmanned rocket and capsule carrying a thousand pounds of supplies, it's one of 12 plans by the corporation space-x. if all goes as plant it will go this friday. dick brennan has more this morning. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, terrell. it was a spectacular scene. just about 16 minutes ago, people to the space station by 2018. space-x hopes to do it at least two years earlier. now, if all goes according to plan, space-x will return to ertd sometime around the end of the month. it will splash down in the pacific much like the old apollo mission and hopefully be picked up by a ship and be used once again. terrell? >> dick, this is an important moment for the u.s. space program. if all goes well, what's next for space-x. >> reporter: you said the words, terrell "if all goes well." they say they would like to get into manned flights. they think they can do it faster than anybody else. the qu
to paying brown to heckle former mayor fenty, and then shredding evidence of the payments. and then another former aide was charged with lying about the payments. what are your reaction to the payments? >> it's another cloud over the gray administration. the continuing charges will have to wait and we'll see what happens next, but the pressure is increasing on mayor gray to say something, and he says he can't but people say he ought to break that rule and say something. critics say the mayor doesn't know what he is going on in the administration which reflects on what the critics say is incompetence. it's a no-win situation. but the thinking is, he really has to say something and clear the air. >> there is an old saying, the buck stops at the top. how far the buck will go we don't know. because this investigation is going on, and you know, we were told pretty much, or at least it was a public knowledge about five months ago that this investigation would really be heavy, and continue on, and that's exactly what is happening. it's going to -- nichols, i listened to last week on wpfw radio, he
to be with you. i'm terrell brown. you know, it's not the final frontier, but certainly it's a new era in space flight. the first private space launched off this morning. the unmanned rocket and capsule carrying a thousand pounds of supplies, it's one of 12 plans by the corporation spacex. if all goes as planned, it will go off this friday. dick brennan is at the space center this morning. dick, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, terrell. it was a spectacular scene. just about 16 minutes ago, spa spa spacex had a spectacular lift-off, and it is now headed to the international space station. spacex has launched the falcon 9 rocket. it's first private space vessel headed to the international space station. >> launch of the space station falcon 9 rocket to resupply the international space station. >> reporter: spacex is attempting to become the first private space vessel to reach the international space station. this was the second launch attempt for spacex. >> lift-off. we had a cut-off. lift-off did not occur. >> reporter: lift-off was halted when a faulty check valve caused high pr
morning, everybody. so good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. the director of the secret service will speak publicly for the first time about last month's prostitution scandal. mark sullivan will tell the senate committee there was no security breach. and that the agents' reckless behavior was an isolated incident. susan mcginnis is in washington this morning. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. sullivan is going to tell congress today that these men were not informed about the president's plans and that they were going to be informed after this night of partying. he'll also tell them these men are not representative of the 7,000 workers at the secret service. the head of the secret service agency heads to capitol hill today. mark sullivan will answer to congress about the prostitution scandal involving some of his agents. 200 secret service personnel were in colombia in april, preparin for the president's visit there. of those, 12 were investigated, 9 were found to have been involved, 3 cleared of wrongdoing. >> the first question i pose to the director was, was ther
by the chuck brown band including sugar bear, maysa, james funk and more. he died from complications to pneumonia. >>> and you can watch the entire chuck brown memorial service live starting at noon on our website on nbcwashington.com and on nbc washington nonstop. comcast 208, vios 460 cox and 4.2 over the air. >>> the pentagon says a maryland marine has died in afghanistan. sergeant julian chase died. the 22 linked in edge water and gruted in 2008 from woodrow wilson high school in d.c. an army soldier was also killed. he died when his helicopter crashed near kabul. >> a dramatic sequence in prince george's county. police say it ended with a
-11 in every other word that he spoke during the 2008 election. and next was mr. brown who votes against obama care yet has his 23-year-old daughter on his plan. >> stephanie: yep. >> caller: last but certainly not least is mr. alan west. last year when the congressional black caucus took their jobs on the road, mr. west sends his brother to the congressional-backed caucus job fair. a bunch of communists to find him a job. i wanted to bring these three items up. >> stephanie: all right honey. thank you. i hear there are three groups gunning for -- clearly communist groups gunning for alan west's seat. in florida. kitty in california. hi kitty. >> caller: hi. how are you stephanie? >> stephanie: good, go ahead. >> caller: i go way back with you. i was one of your spotters for furniture for the first time when you were out in california and you were looking to furniture your first place. >> stephanie: wait a minute. you sell furniture? >> caller: no. she was the furniture spotter. on the freeway. a couch in la
from massachusetts. mr. brown: thank you, mr. president. i also ask consent that my military fellow, major jay rose, be granted floor privileges for the duration of my remarks. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. brown: thank you, mr. president. i rise to speak about an historic air is mean took place place -- ceremony that took place in boston harbor today, the birthplace of the american revolution. that event happened earlier this morning. and this morning, the united states navy named an ar lay burke class guided missile destroyer for retired united states navy captain thomas jerome hunter jr. of concord, massachusetts. the same money took place aboard the oldest commissioned ship -- warship in our united states navy, the u.s.s. constitution. as you know, mr. president, it is a distinct honor for any service member to have a navy vessel commissioned in his or her name. what made the event special today and extremely rare is that captain hudner is the navy's last living medal of honor recipient from the korean war. as the story you are about to hear shows, no one would b
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. described as a white male. 30 to 40. 6' 1", very thin, brown hair. and there is a report of another shooting which appears to be a carjacking and police are trying to figure out if these two shootings are in such way connected. and now live to dan springer in the seattle newsroom. dan, what else do we know? >>reporter: chaos out there with to different shooting in the same area. and the cops are trying to determine if they are related. as you mention there were five people shot at the cafe and down the block another shooting. and we can tell you that the area is in lockdown. you have two high schools, high school roosevelt, is if lockdown and two other schools, a middle school and an elementary school, that are also shelter-in-place right now. and you mention two deceased victims they are men. we know there is a woman who was shot, as well. and she has life-threatening injuries but right now we do not know much more of the shooter other than described as 35, thin, and seen running away north from the scene so, the area around it is in lockdown and police are looking for this guy right now. >
residents have k. vote in the special election. >>> kwame brown is going to join us in studio to talk more about the special election and also preview some initiatives and programs expected to be in the new budget proposal. that is going be for unveil today for fiscal year 2013. >>> to maryland now and a fight over higher income tax in the state house continues. the democratic controlled general assembly is racing to approve the tax increases to avoid $500 million in automatic cuts. outside the state house in annapolis, some protesters oppose the tax hikes. others don't want cuts to schools and state workers. the senate votes on governor o'malley's proposals later today. >>> a budget battle in richmond too. virginia's house of delegates shot down two proposalled by governor bob mcdonnell. one would have aferl loud fay 3% bone us for state employees but only at savings of $70 million could be found elsewhere by the end of june. heavily republican house also reject an amendment to withhold state funding for the metropolitan washington airports authority. governor mcdonnell wanted to get seve
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'm terrell brown. >>> the man who says he killed etan patz is scheduled to be arraigned today 33 years to the day the then-6-year-old boy vanished blocked from his new york city home. police say they have a signed confession from pedro hernandez. it's still unclear what, if any, evidence officials have to prove hernandez's story. john miller has more. >> reporter: in 1979 pedro hernandez, then 18 years old, worked at his family's small grocery in the soho neighborhood just a block from where 6-year-old tan patz disappeared on his way to school. based on a tip, detectives from new york city drove to this small house in maple shade, new jersey, and brought hernandez to the police station. commissioner ray kelly announced the arrest. >> hernandez described to detectives how he lured young etan from the school bus stop, led him into the basement of the bodega, choked him there and disposed of the body by putting it into a plastic bag and placing it into the trash. >> reporter: police say hernandez was brought back to the scene of the crime where he retraced his steps for investigators. pro
're looking at the populations, we're targeting a brown population. 43% of the undocumented population of the united states are overstayers of visas of one kind or another. that includes the little white irish nurse from the health care system in st. louis and she has a technical violation with immigration. well, that's all any of them are. so, you know, interior enforcement does not come anywhere near rivalling the frontier and border enforcement. so brown is involved in this equation. i'm sorry. there are other ways of dealing with it. my job is to question some of the assumptions. some of the assumptions are that we can prosecute this out of existence. that's your job. when janet napolitano was governor and when she was an attorney, same thing. she wanted to do that. that's not going to get it. my critique in my statement was enforcement only is not going to get it. there is the appropriate place for enforcement for prosecution, for all of those, for the distribution and the costs, et cetera. am i hopeful? i'm in the hope business. am i optimistic? i'm not anywhere near as optimisti
death of wesley brown in 2010. brown was working at part-time officer. williams came back letter and shot him. >> the search for fred bealefeld will begin with a panel of experts. fred bealefeld will be involved in the search for his replacement. the mayor says she would like to see a successor chosen prior to his departure. back to work for the jury deliberating the future of julius henson. he is accused of trying to suppress the african-american vote by issuing robocalls. >> finding a group to organize the baltimore grand prix. a new deal was announced on thursday led in part by michael andretti. the city will bring in more money than last year's event. >> it is an exceptional deal with a good promoter. you have a legitimate chance of success at this point. >> the city council must still sign off on the deal. >> a massive marijuana growing operation goes up in smoke. an anonymous tip led detectives to a basement with a found 341 marijuana plants worth more than five letter thousand dollars -- $500,000. manoj unni faces several counts. >> he had air filters, water pumping system
." on your side. >> good morning. pamela brown. 7:26 is your time. maryland will review a on pit bulls. ruling rules owners dogbe held liable for bites. legislators questioned whether a be singledd should out. and thousands of people expected the washington convention center today to say .oodbye to chuck brown a memorial service for the singer starts at noon. died two weeks ago after battling pneumonia. more on this on newschannel 8 in minutes. we turned it over to lisa baden. >> it has been a busy morning. acing call on northwest can edit connecticut ave. video of an accident that happened at the 3:00 hour. live 2 connecticut ave. hearing that video is not queued up. that area were shut down as they investigated an earlier .ccident the beltway,before we had an overnight accident, gone. delays around. >> low humidity today. thecan kind of see that in air. humidity like earlier week, now we have a baby blue skies over frederick. 58 in arlington. strasburg. 57 and it chevy chase. the lower 80s today with low humidity. comfortable '80s. tomorrow, late in the day in the afternoon and eveni
the chuck brown memorial service at noon on nbcwashington.com and at nbc washington nonstop. at nbc washington nonstop. cox [ creaking ] [ male announcer ] trophies and awards lift you up. but they can also hold you back. unless you ask, what's next? [ zapping ] [ clang ] this is the next level of performance. the next level of innovation. the next rx. the all-new f sport. this is the pursuit of perfection. >>> that's a terrifying moment caught on tape when an out-of-control truck smashed through the wall of a crowded bar. patrons were showered with debris. some of them pinned up against the bar. coming up, we'll talk to two men who were there, one who was working and narrowly escaped injury. the other who raced in and is being credited with saving some lives. just unbelievable video. >> people pinned underneath that truck for a time, and it's a pretty dramatic story. >> 7:30 now on a thursday morning, the last day of may, 20 2012. i'm matt lauer alongside ann curry. >> "today's professionals" who have a lot of hot topics including michael bloomberg's ambitious effort to fight obesi
. >> jerry brown releases the revised budget. >> we are facing a $16 billion hole. not the 9 billion, we thought in january. this means we have to go much further and make cuts far greater than i asked for at the beginning of the year. >> the governor gave a glimpse of the projection through a you tube video. blames the ballooning deficit on slow recovery and judges and administrators for blocking health cuts for the poor. they include education and state compensation and welfare. we talked to a mother in in the county. >> i work hard. pay taxes. we are trying to get the kids in college and get a good education for that. california is supposed to be, people move here because it is great. we are definitely in a bad place. >> they must approve tax hikes temporarily raising the sales tax by a quarter of a % and increase income taxes on people earning at least $250,000 a year. we have posted his people on ktvu.com: the state will receive much needed revenues with facebook's public offering. it is expected to happen on friday. it will be between 28 and $35 a share. california predicts more t
and their parents. >>> for the first time since whitney houston's death, bobby brown speaks out in an exclusive interview with matt lauer. >>> keep it on this channel for local news, weather and sports. i'm lynn berry thanks for watching "early today" your first stop of the day, today on your nbc station. have a good one. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com yeah. sure. sure. what's the number-one killer of women ? well, you're still here, so that rules out crankiness. and track suits. heart disease. what, that's a joke ? no, it's an absolute fact, but the american heart association says you can save lives by passing it along to five women you love. awww. awww ! so i'm starting with three i tolerate. that's a joke !
of him and i do think there's a lot courage to do this. there is a lot of risk but as mayor brown says, they don't do things without real consideration and they obviously feel that they can withstand that assault. >> the president did say that although he supports same-sex marriage, it should be up to the states to decide if it is legal. >> the family of an unarmed man shot and killed by a former bart officer is outraged by johannes mehserle request to have his involuntary manslaughter conviction overturned. his lawyer argued this week that the shooting death of the 22 year-old oscar grant was a tragic mistake, not involuntary manslaughter. he maintains that he meant to use his taser but i suddenly grabbed a gun plenty shot grants on new years day three years ago. >> if a person can commit, gross negligence, how can he be allowed back on the streets to protect and serve again? >> the appeals court now has three months to issue a written decision. >> testing matter of moments we will find out if san fransisco teachers are one step closer to striking. yesterday 6000 members of united edu
be the largest university strike in u.s. history. >>> today bill clinton, governor brown and condoleeza rice will headline the annual outlook conference in san jose this marks the 40th year that brings together silicon valley's brightest thinkers and most prominent leaders to discuss trends affecting business, economy and politics. the conference starts at 12:50. >>> around that time could some parts of the bay area see rain? >> there's a game too mike. >> absolutely, game, showers possible but wouldn't stop me from going because they will be scattered. you will get the game in. good morning. it is dry here up north is where our storm is coming from. our winds are calm at least at the reporting station fastest wind around the bay oakland 10 miles per hour as you head towards the inland areas fairfield out of the southwest gusting around 30 miles per hour everybody else below that to calm. 8:00 this morning we may have drizzle, light rain in the north bay, drizzle al long the coast, all of us mainly -- cloudy and low 50s lunch hour focus on the north bay where the steadier rain will start to
and coyotes tied at 2-2 in the third. dustin brown with another huge goal. seems like every game the l.a. captain steps up in a big way. his seventh goal of the postseason. kings are a perfect 6-0 on the road. they win, 4-2. >>> golf, the tpc at sawgrass was pretty in pink for mother's day and so was matt kuchar. donning the pink hat for par on 3, draino. then on 18, a tap-in for the win. he takes the players championship by two strokes. it's his fourth career pga tour victory. >> to the diamond, earlier this year the marlins' mike stanton changed his name to juan carlos stanton. we're just going to call him the closer. rips a walk-off grand slam against the mets. marlins score six in the ninth to win, 8-4. >>> and if you like that, you'll love this, unless, of course, you're a nationals fan. the reds' joey votto hits not one, not two, but three homers in cinci, the last one a walk-off grand slam in the ninth inning. votto makes the nats see red. they win 9-6 in dramatic fashion. and that's your look at sports on "early today." i'm mario solis. >>> well, which film was totally overshad
.s. supreme court unanimously struck down racially segregated public schools in the landmark case, brown versus board of education. >>> boxing legend sugar ray leonard turns 56. all day long, stay on top of the latest developments in those stories and others as they break on msnbc and tonight, watch brian williams with nbc "nightly news." >>> here is a look at what is coming up later this morning on "the today show." america's got talent judge sharon osbourne opens up about sharing the judge's table with howard stern and what to expect from this season's hit nbc show. >>> two college athletic teams bring their viral dants moves out for a live plaza face-off. >>> now keep it on this channel for continuing local news, weather, sports and more, i'm lynn berry, thanks for watching "early today," your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. of the day today on your nbc station. have a good one. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
citracal maximum. it's all about absorption. so ditch the brown bag for something better. like our bacon ranch quesadillas or big mouth burger bites, served with soup or salad, and fries. starting at just 6 bucks, at chili's. >>> all right. time to check "the pulse," beginning with a furious, furious politician in illinois, completely flipping out right in front of his colleagues. >> power in one person's hands. not the american way. these damn bill designers, all the damn time. come out here. and i'm not trying how to figure out how to vote for my people. >> that was republican illinois state respective, mike boss, having an epic tirade. after he left the floor, many democrats told him they had the same complaint. >> hope he had a cocktail after that. he needs to relax. all right. >>> so, the youngest contestant in spelling bee history will not return for the semifinals today. >> yeah. 6-year-old lori anne madison went up against kids more than twice her age in washington yesterday. she nailed the first word. but i can't pronounce it. but then, this happened. >> ingluvies. >> can i have
two days when you look around and you realize it's la la pa pa loser. the chick scott brown liz warren says she invented the occupy movement. that could come back to invite her. she also says she is native american. and liz warren is an indian in the same way that the stripper who accepted brando's oscar was sackgowee. >> bill: big race between scott brown the republic who took the late ted kennedy's seat and elizabeth warren a harvard professor who is getting a lot of money from hollywood and all the far left. apparently ms. warren on her resume at some point said that he she was a native american because she was born in oklahoma. that turns out not to be true. [ laughter ] her indian name is spreading bull. >> bill: what bull? >> spreading bull. she is laying it on a little thick there with that indian thing. >> bill: just want to clarify so we are not placed under arrest spreading. it's spreading propaganda that's what miller means there. >> of course what i meant. between that and staying at the occupy movement after it blows up what would you take me more you wouldn't have me on f
. >> we are going start in california this morning. governor jerry brown out with the plan proposing massive cuts. over the weekend, the budget deficit had grown by nearly $7 billion. what is he talking about here and what are the politics of this? >> they are $16 billion in the hole. this means massive budget cuts and tax increases coming to california. it's important for a couple reasons. first, the country looked to california as the trend setter. politics and culture, both. it's been the case for decades now. for california to have this fiscal mess, a gut punch to the rest of the country. it's front page news in the new york times for a reason. it's the ninth biggest economy in the world. it's a symbol of the challenge we are having here in america economically. sacramento is a story politically. the problems 24r are the problems everywhere. you have a polarized state capital with democrats who will not cut programs and republicans who won't raise taxes. you know, very, very polarized politics with folks in their corners. you hear about it there. it's the same problem in washingt
brown jr. in a moment. first, nbc's tom lamaumas got t spend time with him in the wild and find out why they call him turtle man. >> there's a lot of reality shows out there, but this one got our attention. turtle man may be the craziest person on tv because he wrestles giant snap turtles, catches angry raccoons and does it all with his bare hands. >> there he is! he's coming up! >> reporter: from beast -- >> oh, my god! >> reporter: -- to slithering surprises. >> oh! crazy! >> reporter: to a sly thief -- >> attacking the chickens. >> reporter: -- through the r f roof -- >> here we go. >> reporter: -- or in the water, turtle man always catches what he's chasing. >> i got you! whoo! >> reporter: in the backwoods of kentucky, we found turtle man gearing up for his next adventure. >> it's been my way of life, it's been my inspiration to cheer people up with this. >> reporter: turtle man says he learned his craft because he grew up dirt poor. >> i turned 7 years old and run out of food. and uncle phillip came over and says, i'll get you all some food. and he went in the pond and brought ou
you would see stokely carmichael and you would see brown and the body and newton and the news described them as the black militants had of course stokely talked about a black power. i want to back up and talk about power because all of my lessons in black history i don't want you to think it was over the dinner table with books spread out. he was a working man and he was a good man and he was with a call in those days a race man so a lot of the lessons would be as simple as we would be watching television the old black-and-white tv come and a tarzan movie would come on the. the mother with a sweeping across the screen during the tarzan yell and she would speak his language and the lines would go [cheering] the alliance would go. the monkeys would go here and he would be looking at that and after about five minutes he would go like what the hell is that. [laughter] tell me how little cracker beebee can fall out of an airplane, boy change the channel. [laughter] it was living history. then i was switching and i remember the first time seen in young harry reasoner and he was givi
on television you would see stokely carmichael and you would see brown and the body and newton and the news described them as the black militants had of course stokely talked about a black power. i want to back up and talk about power because all of my lessons in black history i don't want you to think it was over the dinner table with books spread out. he was a working man and he was a good man and he was with a call in those days a race man so a lot of the lessons would be as simple as we would be watching television the old black-and-white tv come and a tarzan movie would come on the. the mother with a sweeping across the screen during the tarzan yell and she would speak his language and the lines would go [cheering] the alliance would go. the monkeys would go here and he would be looking at that and after about five minutes he would go like what the hell is that. [laughter] tell me how little cracker beebee can fall out of an airplane, boy change the channel. [laughter] it was living history. then i was switching and i remember the first time seen in young harry reasoner and he was givi
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